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Doing over 200 moves monthly, we are the SF Area's Premiere Local Moving Company.

No Deposit or Credit Card Required Reservations! Contact us 7 days a week 8AM to 8PM for moving rate estimates.

Low $99hr Rates(3hr min) Residential & Office local moving services include 2 men/truck/equip or $129hr for 3 men/truck/equip.

At no additional charge, we also gladly provide $4 Million Insurance Certifications meeting the requirements of every building management entity in the Bay Area.

From studio apt moving, 1-2-3 Bed Apartments to residential homes with any number of bedrooms, we have you covered.

Our experienced professional movers also handle any size office moving projects up to 100 employees in size without any concerns about unnecessary downtime.

We have all the necessary trucks, moving equipment and crews with the expertise to handle any size move.

Visit our website today for detailed local moving rates information or call us at (650) 630-5790.

Monday, January 5, 2015

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Moving Computers
Most people worry that their valuable baby, yes, their computer will be damaged during their move. Thankfully, its simple to transport your computer. Here's some basic tips from your friends at Movers Index.

1. Save Your Important Files
While this tip seems obvious, you would be surprised how many people forget to do this. Yet, this is one of the most important steps to ensure a successful move. A useful way to locate your most important files is to keep them with your program disks (operating system software, business software, and of course games!). It would be wise to keep these disks in a secure box.

2. Cables and Wires
Remember what it was like to plug-in all of those cables in the back of your computer when you bought it? What a nightmare. However, this time, we're going to make it easy for you. Our advice is simple and effective.

When you are about to disassemble your trusted computer, have by your side masking tape and a pen. As you un-plug each wire, write on a little piece of masking tape what each wire is for and simply wrap it around each individual plug. That way, when you move-in and run to plug-in your computer, it should be a piece of cake!

3. The Monitor and Printer
Of course in a perfect world, all of us would save the original boxes that our monitor and printer came in because they are the most effective boxing method for moving your monitor and printer. If you have your original monitor and printer boxes, you're in luck! Simply place your them in their original boxes, around their protective Styrofoam shields and firmly tape the box up.

For the other 99% of us who did not save them, not to fear. Simply purchase appropriate sized boxes, along with a good insulator that absorbs the 'wear and tear' of moving, such as bubble wrap or Styrofoam balls. Once in place tape the boxes and they are ready to move.

4. The Computer Tower
It's come to this. We know it and you know it. Your computer tower is the life-blood of your computer world. Should anything happen to your precious tower...we don't even want to go there. Relax!!! Have no fears my friend. Let us take you through the proper steps to ensure you that when you arrive at your new home, all will be well with your tower.

Just like your monitor and printer, if you have the original box, you have just found the best moving box for your tower. Simply place your tower back into its box, within its original Styrofoam housing, tape the box up, and you are ready to go!

Again, for the other 99% of us who did not save it, we will take you through this easy process. Your computer tower contains several computer cards that are inserted into its motherboard. Do not worry. Proper packing will ensure a safe delivery to your new home. Your tower should be packed upright. After purchasing a proper size box and insulation material, make sure that your tower is completely surrounded (bottom, left side, right side, top) with insulation. This should keep your tower safe and sound for the duration of the move.

5. Miscellaneous
Joysticks, mouses, keyboards, etc. All of your computer gadgets and associated materials should be placed in one box so you do not have to worry about where to find any of these important items. Same routine. Find an appropriate sized box and proper insulation material for safe moving. All boxes should be labeled with a permanent market indicating its contents.

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Best Moving Company in Bay Area

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GENERAL LOCAL MOVING INFO

If you are reading this, chances are that you are needing Movers Moving Company soon and you want to find the best local movers with the best moving company rates prices.

Inquiring about a Moving Company

Certain times of the year are busier than others, so it is important to book your moving service well in advance in order to arrange a moving date that is the most suitable for you.

While your movers will give you more specific and important moving advice, we are here to give you some basic local moving tips.

Forwarding Address

Perhaps the most important tip we are going to give you is the most obvious tip, and unfortunately, the most overlooked tip we know of: your change of address form. Yes, studies have shown that most people who move either simply overlook filling out the change of address form or do so at the very last minute.

All you have to do is go to your local post office and fill out forwarding address / change of address forms.

Moving Companies recommend to leave a very nice card with your new address for the people that will be moving into your home. This way they know how to forward any and all mail that may be sent to your old address.

Utilities and Miscellaneous Bills

Second on the list of procrastination are our trusted utilities companies. Most electric, water, cable, and gas companies require multiple days in advance for disconnecting and turning-on service to your old and new home. Different providers require different timetables, so we advise you to contact them at your earliest convenience.

It is equally important to settle any local bills you may have in your old area.

Friday, August 31, 2012

Best Moving Company in San Francisco



Local

Movers Moving Companies know that a local move can be an exciting, yet sometimes unsettling experience.

However, with our local Sacramento movers Moving by your side, there is nothing to it! We would like to help you understand the way local moving rates prices charges are determined.

This will ensure that you will not be surprised during selection of a moving company or during the day of actual move itself. We wan to help you get an accurate estimate so there are no surprises on your move day. If you have any questions before, during, or after the estimate, don’t hesitate to give us a call.

Thursday, August 30, 2012

Moving & Packing

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You know you have a lot of stuff to move! Do not worry as your fearless local mover, we are going to walk you through step by step. We want you to see the forest through the trees.

What to Move...and What Not to Move...That's the Question


Let's face facts friend. Through the years, you've compiled quite a collection of absolutely useless things that, for some reason or another you've decided to keep. Well, now its time to play what we at Movers Index like to call, "8 Is Enough."

If you go in your attic, basement, garage, or storage area, you are going to find items that you previously thought were long gone, only to discover that they have magically returned to your life. However, moving costs money and the more items you move...the more its going to cost. This is where the "8 Is Enough" game comes into play.

We have developed a rule that we think helps people know what to really keep... the "8 Is Enough Rule." Usually if you find something that you have not seen or used, in more than the past 8 months, do yourself a favor and let that item go. Either find it a good home, donate it to charity, or sell it outright.